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OpenKonsequenz Core Modules - Contact Base Data Frontend

This application represents a core module for OpenKonsequenz.

Run Development

Run npm run start for a dev server. Navigate to http://localhost:4200/. The app will automatically reload if you change any of the source files. The command will run custom hooks which will set environment to development and merge all i18n files needed for multi language support. The application uses proxy file to connect with the API. Proxy settings are defined in proxy.conf.json

Build for production

Run npm run sy-build to build the application for production which includes tree shaking, AOT and other cool stuff for minification. This command is defined in package.json file under the scripts section and includes regular Angular CLI build command, custom made hooks and generation of service worker file.

When application is built for production it's copied in /dist folder which is the public folder for Angular CLI.

Hooks

Hooks are located in /hooks folder and they are responsible for merging and copying configuration and localization files for development and production.

Note

Copying files is not necessary on angular-cli v1.0.4 and above because it has built in login for this action. You just need to specify which files/folders need to be copied into your destination folder (default dist) and you can do that in .angular-cli.json file by specifing the assets array:

"assets": [
  "assets",
  "favicon.ico",
  "service-worker.js",
  { "glob": "**/*", "input": "../config", "output": "./config/" },
  { "glob": "en.json", "input": "../i18n", "output": "./i18n/" },
  { "glob": "de.json", "input": "../i18n", "output": "./i18n/" }
]

Rights and Roles

FormDisableDirective automatically disables all tags when a user has only reader rights.

VisibleByRightDirective hides(when user has only reader rights) or shows(when user has admin or writer rights) a html tag and must be added as a structural directive (*visibleByRight) to HTML manually

Example

<div class="pull-right" *visibleByRight>